Connecticut Home Forelcosures - Connecticut Ranked 21st For Year End 2009
According to the latest report furnished by RealtyTrac, Connecticut was ranked 21st for the year end 2009 nationally with a grand total of 19,679 foreclosure filings which consists of notices of default, auctions and bank owned properties. This represents a decrease of 10.24% for Connecticut home foreclosure filings from 2008.
For the month of December 2009 there was a total of 2425 foreclosure filings in Connecticut.
With 1 in every 487 homes facing foreclosure, New Haven has the highest number of foreclousre filings with 716 followed by Fairfield County with 656, Hartford County with 483, New London County with 168, Litchfield County with 157, Windahm County with 106, Middlesex County with 80 and Tolland County with 59.
For the month of December 2009, the Top 10 areas New Haven County having the highest amount of new foreclosure activity are:
Waterbury - 147
New Haven - 145
Meriden - 70
West Haven - 51
East Haven -34
Milford - 31
Naugatuck - 28
Wallingford - 24
Ansonia - 21
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Written and Posted by:
Donna Bigda - REALTOR®
RE/MAX Alliance - Branford, CT 06405